All animals at this point realize that they have been nothing to humans but subject to extremely strict and tremendous harsh treatment and they all want to have a rebellion for a more better and equal society. Later, the animals found the owner of the farm Mr. Jones drunk, so they took the opportunity to ram sack the food supply and when the animals heard the Men coming they attacked them and scared them off. That’s when the animals had full control and they b... ... middle of paper ... ...he beginning the pigs start out as animals who have no more power than any other animal on the farm, and they all have the same ideas. The animals create order and freedom, and then happiness is no longer enough. Shortly after, Napoleon takes the spot light and takes charge along with the other pigs.
Napoleon now is on the midst of gaining more power then he could possibly handle. On one part, he didn't get this power fairly in the first place. Napoleon didn't do much while Snowball was around, so when Napoleon thought that the pigs were becoming corrupt bye Snowball. The theme in Animal Farm maintains that in every society there are leaders who, if given the opportunity, will likely abuse their power. The pigs, the most intelligent of the animals, gain control to make wise decision against the humans, but in turn they turn against each other.
Animal Farm George Orwell 4-19-02 Book Review # Plot Summary George Orwell’s Animal Farm is a political satire of a totalitarian society ruled by a mighty dictatorship, in all probability a fable for the events surrounding the Russian Revolution of 1917. The animals of “Manor Farm” overthrow their human master after a long history of mistreatment. Led by the pigs, the farm animals continue to do their work, only with more pride, knowing that they are working for themselves, as opposed to working for humans. Little by little, the pigs become dominant, gaining more power and advantage over the other animals, so much so that they become as corrupt and power-hungry as their predecessors, the humans. Characterization Major is a white boar, he is old and wise.
Snowball didn’t last long on being one of the leaders with Napoleon. Napoleon ended up getting rid of Snowball too. Napoleon turned out to be an evil pig. He was just turning just like the humans in the book. Napoleon became a very mean pig that he ended up lying to all the farm animals and saying one thing and then doing another thing.
The animals on the Mannor Farm are sick of being worked to death and getting small rations, so they decide to over throw the humans. They endure many hardships, including two human invasions. In the end the leaders, the pigs, turn into exactly what they had fought to over come. The conflict between the animals and the humans is resolved by the animals, lead by the pigs, over throwing the humans but in the end the pigs end up acting just like the humans. The conflict between Napoleon and Snowball is solved by Snowball being driven away and Napoleon gaining complete control over the farm.
This should have been the last straw for the animals because seeing your leader changing your farm name because he wants to act like a human should have been when they revolted. In the end we see a pig and a human playing cards and talking and the other animals could not tell a difference between the two. This just comes to show that if you put all your faith in one person they will never always do the right thing. This shows how animal farm slowly dissolved back into the original form but also a totalitarian state. Overall the Animal farm turned out to be a fraud because they were on their own for years but turned back into the same thing it was when it started.
Shortly after, Napoleon becomes so selfish because of his power over the other animals on the farm, that he blocks Snowball from all of his power which then turns the other animals against him. Napoleon then uses Boxer, an intelligent horse to persuade t... ... middle of paper ... ...n two legs. In the beginning of the story they were convinced to never walk on two feet because that was how their enemies walked. 9 IX. Genre The main genre of Animal Farm is political.
Plot Several important events lead to the outcome of Animal Farm. In the end the pigs within the story have become a complete corrupt government and very human like. The long chain of events begins with Napoleon chasing off Snowball at the meeting that decides if the windmill is to be built. He “uttered a high pitched whimper” to call his police dogs, which drove Snowball straight off the farm. Napoleon then chose to build the windmill after all.
Napoleon rids Snowball because of their differences. The rule of Comrade Napoleon was harsher than Mr. Jones. The animals faced shortages in food and long work hours. But the superior pigs keep saying “Do you want Jones to comeback ?”And that would shut the complaining of the animals. Many years later, the pigs invite the humans on their farm and they have a feast.
Napoleon changed and broke the commandments of Animal Farm to benefit himself, and he lacked empathy for all those who worked hard for him, executing those that might cause him trouble. As soon as Old Major died, Napoleon and Snowball lost no time in taking charge. They weren’t elected, and were at first only allowed to stay in those positions of power because they showed an interest in organizing the animals’ well-being. On the surface they appeared to have the interests of the animals at heart, but inside, their hunger for power revealed their corrupt proclivities. Even at ... ... middle of paper ... ...y applies to Napoleon and Snowball because the power which they had, hand in hand with their susceptibility to corruption eventually made them as bad and corrupt as Mr Jones.